We had the please of the company of Cherwell Theatre Company performing ‘Pete Stay Home’ The families and children whom attended thoroughly enjoyed the show
WELCOME TOThe Grow, Play, Learn Project CICT- as East Street Early YearsEast Street CentreCalder Close, Banbury Oxfordshire OX163WR 01295 257100 Join us Wednesday 15th September 20213.30 – 5.30pmAnd every other following WednesdayFor our new SEN Parent and Child Support Group Everyone is welcome to our new Nurture Room to meet and discuss anything and everything Read more about Special Educational Needs Parent and child support group[…]
11th August 2020 Dear Parents/Carers, As you will be aware, we have been open to some of our children over the last term and we are so pleased to be able to open to everyone from September 2nd 2020! Staff have worked tirelessly to make our Early Years a safe and fun Read more about September Full Opening[…]
The Warriner School Farm covers an area of 48 hectares (120 acres) and has both organic and non-organic livestock and crop enterprises. Along with well-equipped teaching and learning facilities and highly experienced teaching staff, the farm offers the following: a single suckler herd producing calves for beef and pedigree replacements; a March lambing, ewe flock Read more about Warriner School Farm Trip[…]
Super successful first day hedgerow planting at East Street Early Years CIO Nursery , Grimsbury, Banbury 🙂 Today, the children planted 35 trees and bushes. We have 65 left to plant over the next few days. The trees and bushes came from the ‘I Dig Trees’ scheme – a mix of wildlife-friendly species of shrubs Read more about Partnership with ‘Banbury Trees’[…]
Forest Fun is based on the Forest School principals of child led play, children manage their own risks and are given the freedom to play in a safe environment with the opportunity to have a go at achievable tasks, at their own pace, with adult support. Allotments Are Fun! You might think growing your own at Read more about Forest School Fun[…]
When the snow came the children went outdoors! Playing in the snow can be an excellent opportunity to develop fine motor skills and encourage outdoor learning while still having loads of fun. Snow play requires creativity, scientific observation and negotiation skills. Think of the creativity fostered as children build snow creatures and use various objects Read more about Snow Fun: February 2019[…]
The children enjoyed taking part in World book day, dressing up and sharing stories. We were also lucky for some parents that attending sharing their favourite stories with us also.